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Subject: My opinion is just that...
Don't like it...don't read it!
Subject: stuck up......
one reviewer claims phil and ned saves this show while the review right beneath that says that phil and ned sucks......get your head out of your ass, its a dead show.
Subject: phil and ned is the only thing that saves this
the rest is a bit ho hom
Cliff Hucker -
Subject: Nothing to write home about...
Although not quite as good as the preceeding night, the band is able to hold it together for another performance. Highlights of the first set include an extended show opening Scarlet Begonias that is packed with some great jamming, and a set closing 23 minute performance of Playing in the Band filled with jazzy excursions and dynamic interplay (DP #7). I'm not going to go into the Phil and Ned segment (I just don't have the patience for these), but this is one of the better ones (with Jerry contributing for a portion), if that's your kind of thing. Ned continues to sit in for a rather uniquely jammed out rendition of Eyes of the World. Lagin contributes to this one significantly at times and it's rather cool hearing the twin keyboard sound and some interesting interplay with both Jerry and Phil. It's an excellent rendition, in spite of some less than stellar vocals, featuring a nice Weir/Lesh duet towards its conclusion. Also noteworthy is the jazzy outro jam of this suite making for a rather interesting transition into Wharf Rat. (94 pts)
Ladies and Gentlemen,... Mmmmmmmmister Philip Lesh! Blinkin' hard to this one... see my furrowed brow? Sugaree. Playin'. Eyes. Space. Are you kiddin' me? My mouth is an O. Backflips!
Incredible! Sound quality is great. It's always nice to listen to shows when Jerry was young and healthy.
Evan S. Hunt -
Subject: Two Seastones, An Eyes Stronger and One Space
Tremendous second set ends with an incredible AUD patch Sunshine Daydream and encore US Blues.
A 10 out of five stars.
Some crazy pretty music.
Subject: Not Stronger Than Dirt
Buscameby said: "Its a matrix of a Dick's picks and secondly it has the first "Stronger than Dirt".
I don't think that is stroinger than dirt. This is a jam that is on almost all '74 Eyes and while it sounds close to "Stronger Than Dirt" it isn't. I've played guitar professionally for 35 years and can play both this jam and "Stronger Than Dirt". Another example of someone reading too much into a Dead jam!!
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Subject: Read the extensive notes ....
This is not from dicks picks, why would the archive patron lie? he explains the whole process thoroughly in his notes in the TEXT area. Making wild claims that this is from dicks picks may get it ripped off the air. that would be a shame, because this is nice.
Subject: a great new jem
Several things caught my attention on this release.
Its a matrix of a Dick's picks and secondly it has the first "Stronger than Dirt".
According to "Set Lists.net the first wasn't till Kezar Stadium show in 75'.
The Playin is tremendous, a great show from a great era!
Subject: The GRATEFUL DEAD "Live On Stage" September 11, 1974 at the Alexandra Palace, London, England, United Kingdom
Classic 1974 Sound/Performance.
Seastones is superb. It's nice to hear Ned and the DEAD make music. I always loved the GRATEFUL DEAD doing feedback. Seems with the newer cleaner amps the feedback stuff was cleaned out....too bad.
A "Must Have" show for all collectors of 1974 GRATEFUL DEAD.
I highly recommend adding this show to your 1974 GRATEFUL DEAD collection. It is not an audience recording. Only U.S. Blues is an audience recording.
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Eat, Drink, Be Merry and Listen to the GRATEFUL DEAD....for tomorrow we may die.....
Thanks for the LOVE from 1974.
Wanna bet Ned has no clue this is here?
PS: The Red Coats got a real treat from some West Coast Yanks this night.